About St. Michael's Primary School, Dromara
St. Michael's Primary School is a rural school, situated in the small village of Finnis, in the heart of the Parish of Dromara, County Down. We shelter in the shadow of the imposing Slieve Croob, the source of the river Lagan. Nearby is the wonderful Neolithic dolmen at Legannany and a medieval sou terrain.
The school comprises four classrooms, a multipurpose hall, a kitchen, toilets, including a disabled toilet, office and staff room.
The Board of Governors work closely with the Principal and the staff with the aim of creating a school in which the children feel valued and can grow in a strong Catholic faith.
There is an active Parents Association who do excellent fundraising work to enhance the children’s needs.
St. Michael's Primary School is a happy and welcoming school; the Principal and staff have established a friendly and orderly atmosphere, which promotes a caring ethos, based on mutual respect and good working relationships at all levels.
The children are pleasant, courteous, secure and well-behaved. The non-teaching staff make a valuable contribution to the life and work of the school.
After School Activities
At St. Michael's Primary School, we provide an extensive After School Program’. Mini-Club is on each day between 1.50pm and 3.10pm for the Primary 1-3 children. At Mini-Club the children do seasonal arts and crafts, fun games inside and outside and on a Friday watch a movie. We also provide Irish Dancing, Hip Hop, netball, Gaelic games and Soccer Lessons for all our children on a weekly basis throughout the year. The Primary 6 and 7 children can avail of our Literacy and Numeracy Clubs to aid in preparation for the Transfer Test.